THE MANOR HOTEL HAS S.I.L.Y.A.!

NF SILYA The Manor Hotel

It took quite a while but what matters most is that finally the rock is back at your home in the City of Pines.

Yes, S.I.L.Y.A., the personal advocacy on the unique and urgent care of our elderly by TITO LORETE ALCALA’, S.I.L.Y.A. Founder & Social Entrepreneur, is back at The Manor Hotel, Camp John Hay.

S.I.L.Y.A., an acronym of Sa Iyo Lolo at Lola Yantok aming Alay, with a

MISSION
To care for the elderly as they become older
and weaker each passing day.
And, thank them by not forgetting all the love
and caring they have given us
as they have shaped and
made us who we are today.
VISION
To provide comfort and convenience
in love and gratitude
proper and appropriate seating facilities
with the elderly in mind, every time, every where

needed to be re-designed for outdoor usage with the enjoyment of the every Lolo and Lola guests for their max enjoyment as a priority at this magical and iconic hotel in Baguio that embraces you instantly with its old-world charm and elegance the moment you arrive.

Nestled at 5,000ft above sea level and with an average of 19ºc all-year round climate, it is safe to assume that it the coolest rock there is ever.
And with S.I.L.Y.A. ideally set outdoors (for where else should it be, Virginia, when in Baguio), it is every time a perfect blend of the surrounding beauty of nature, element of luxury and spirit of hospitality.

“It’s good to be back,” as TITO surmised to MON CABRERA, The Manor Hotel General Manager, during the ceremonial S.I.L.Y.A. Moments! and re-activation of program.
And, wasting no time at all and as if on cue, elderly lovey-dovey couple: ALEJANDRO (88yo) and IRENE TAPALES (81yo) had their very own priceless S.I.L.Y.A. Moments! as they celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary uo here.
S.I.L.Y.A. is back. And, so with The Manor Hotel outdoor rock.
For indeed, it’s in our nature to care!




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